Opinions, who doesn’t have one? When it comes to forming ours we like a bit of open debate just in case we fall short on substance or jump on any untested bandwagons. Challenge us or agree with us. It’s good to chat.
Usability testing in a nutshell is a 1 on 1 session with real life users, asking them to perform a number of tasks on a website/app to see what works well and what doesn't work well for them.
The best way to discover how well your website or application works is to watch and analyse real users interacting with it.
You meet with a client and he explains his idea. The managerial teams shake hands and everyone is happy. But, for the engineering team the fun hasn’t started yet. The following is based on a true story….
There are few briefs more challenging to a digital agency than 'we need a new website' from colleagues that make... websites. Why are internal projects so much more challenging than external ones?
One of the most used terms in the last couple of years has been “the cloud”. Many businesses are moving towards a cloud infrastructure to store and run their data and applications. But is using the cloud the way to go?
How can we ensure children are protected when using e-commerce and other online services, whilst also ensuring data protection is of absolutely paramount importance.
After almost two years since version 6 of Cookie Control was released, version 7 is finally out and ready to be downloaded.
Avoiding the one way mirror for UX research. One way mirrors are used in UX research for user interviews, user testing and focus groups. In my experience, I don’t believe that this approach gets the best results and here’s why.
What is UX and why should I care? You could have the best looking website or app on the market, but if your users cannot get what they’re looking for quickly and easily, they’ll leave you behind. This makes competition high and UX crucial.